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syllabic

1. denoting a kind of verse line based on a specific number of syllables rather than being regulated by stresses or quantities
2. (of plainsong and similar chanting) having each syllable sung to a different note
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Phonemic awareness is developed throughout the learning of reading and writing, and research shows that it is more related to the literacy process than syllabic awareness.
Postma planted the seed that kept alive the rich Mangyan cultural practices, specifically the Mangyan syllabic scripts and the ambahan.
Before 1600, in Elizabethan verse, the most frequent word boundary and the most prominent syntactic break fell after syllabic position 4, dividing the line into two half-lines 4 + 6 syllables, while after 1600, in Jacobean plays the break fell after syllable 6 and even 7, dividing the line into 6 + 4 or even 7 + 3 (7 + 4) syllables, see Fig.
For instance, there are times when Huehnergard finds the syllabic evidence to be insufficient to dissuade him from what is deemed to be the correct vocalization on comparative grounds, as in his reconstruction of the preposition l as [li] despite the syllabic spelling le-e in a polyglot vocabulary (Huehnergard explains the Id as the result of a sporadic shift in the vowel quality of HI near a sonorant; thus he vocalizes the preposition as "/li-/, pronounced [le-]" [p.
As discussed above, in the first 11 numbers there are three syllabic numbers, ONE, SEVEN, and ELEVEN, which are the first number names to have 1, 2, and 3 syllables respectively.
The data derived from the behavior of the F0 in the intensity of vocalic segments yield a complete melodic pattern of the speaker that shows significant changes in tone, both upstream (prosodic peaks) and downstream (prosodic valleys), within the syllabic nucleus, as well as between different nuclei (see Annex I for a description of the prosodic parameters used).
To evaluate the modeling work, behavioral (and pilot electrophysiological) data will be collected from masked priming lexical decision tasks designed to engage orthographic, syllabic, and semantic representations.
Syllabic division in Tatar differs from the Russian one mainly by the fact, that in dissyllable and multisyllable words, the second and following syllables show a strong dislike for two consonants nearby in the beginning of combinations, for instance: [kosh/ta] "on the bird", [kis/ken] "cut".
In musical terms, dolce semiconsonants are typically granted no rhythmic duration in musical notation, while aspro vowels are either the syllabic vowel or the second element of a falling diphthong, and as such receive explicit or implicit durational value in musical notation.
Meanwhile, the official match ball is based on the adidas Cofusa 2013 Confederations Cup, which was named after the syllabic abbreviation from the words: Carnival, Football and Samba.
This edition explains the impact of the Common Core State Standards, interim assessments, multilevel screening, DIBELS Deep Word Reading and Decoding, and the Mystery Passages think-aloud; introduces executive functioning; updates information on response to intervention, other intervention programs, and using technology; and discusses positive identity, Common Core Assessments, the Benchmark School Interactive Learner Profile, a pre-K program, dialogic reading, differentiation in phonics, integrating syllabic analysis with phonics, programs to develop academic vocabulary, reading complex text, test-enhanced learning, informational writing, composing persuasive texts, and experimental teaching.
1988) proposed a categorization of phonological awareness abilities into three levels according to the order of complexity: (a) suprasegmental abilities, involving tasks such as judging whether words have the same initial or final sound, (b) syllabic abilities, including tasks such as segmenting words into syllables and adding or removing syllables from words, and (c) phonemic abilities, involving tasks of segmenting and recomposing words based on their constituent phonemes.